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serving or who are ex-service members of The Regiment.
Mission Statement (Cont.)
Once a Grenadier always a grenadier
TO BE AT THE FOREFRONT OF MODERNISATION
BUT CONTINUE TO BE EVER MINDFUL OF OUR HISTORY AND TRADITIONS
ALWAYS STRIVING TO APPEAL TO BOTH SERVING AND EX-SERVING GRENADIERS
THE BRISTOL BRANCH HAS A GOOD MEMBERSHIP
BOTH YOUNG AND OLDER PERSONS, AND GROWING!
EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES ARRANGED TO ATTRACT ALL AGES
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Regional Archives of Nijmegen have acquired a collection of 684 pictures of Allied soldiers who were involved in the liberation of Nijmegen in World War II or who were stationed at Nijmegen afterwards.
To view these and/or see further information please click on any of the following links:
A few years ago the Regionaal Archief Nijmegen instigated the project "Liberators on Film" and published these photos on their municipal website.
Back then, they received a lot of information on the military units to which some men were affiliated, such as the Royal Artillery, the Coldstream Guards and the Dorsetshire Regiment.
From May 2012 all photos have now been moved to the more user-friendly "Flickr-page" of the Regionaal Archief Nijmegen.
Using tags, the collection of photos can now for example be sorted and browsed by regiment. But the identity of many of the photographed soldiers is still unknown.
Everyone is free to add comments and additional information on our Flickr-page. In this manner, we hope to collect more information on the soldiers that were photographed during the liberation of Nijmegen.
We would like to ask you if you could further communicate this initiative and help us establish a wider outreach, for example by publishing about Liberators on Film in any newsletter or posting our call for aid on affiliated message boards or social media. Our goal is to receive input from target audiences like World War II veterans, family members of veterans and military experts.
Any form of assistance would be most welcomed
Contact may be made through their website as above
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(This will be added to over time)
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A journey from The Regiment's past in photos, illustrations, cartoons and documents taken from Regimental Gazettes, Journals and Household Brigade Magazines dating from c.1898 - not complete by any means but which will be added to as and when items become available
This is a MUST for everyone
Updated: - 16/08/2016